Transdisciplinary AI is an international forum focusing on the interactions between artificial intelligence (AI) and other research disciplines, and is technically sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society. It is divided into themes, each of which discusses how AI can be applied to a specific research discipline and how domain-specific applications can help advance AI research.
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